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there are in this country? somewhere between 32% and 35% of the electorate. that has not changed for all practical purposes. people now identify themselves as independents because of the iraq war even though they vote for republicans every time, for bush twice voted against obama because of things like this, they still identify them. you're going to find go across the board women's rights, you know choice legislation obamacare, all these things, your number's going to be about 32% to 36% that's the number. that is exactly the number of people who want to repeal obamacare. i guarantee that movement, that group of people has not changed in this time. it's not a new group of people who have suddenly come across. there's an interesting part of it though, and this is what i would like to address to you. 21% want to change obamacare. now the prevailing wisdom in the media, and this is certainly part of the strategy, is that change means they don't like it because they don't like what it does that's new. i think that change number has a wedge of independents who lean republican who want to change it to limit what
force the child to say this is my friend but it changes the definition of what it means to be a friend. and that's, it seems to me what supporters of proposition 8 are saying here. all you're interested in is the label and you insist on changing the definition of the label. >> the label carries with it federal benefits and legal opportunities. >> it is not just about the definition of the word. it is about what you just said. >> legal agreement. >> if we were talking semantics or definition of words, this would not be as much of a civil rights issue. it is about allowing people -- >> stephanie: you know what? as a friend, i'm saying, i don't think judge roberts would ball chicken matzo ball soup for a friend. i don't think he understands love. >> i have seen him serve up a pie. >> stephanie: that's the gayest sweater i've ever seen. >> who wears cable knit sweaters? >> stephanie: marcus bachmann would say i'm not wearing that. >> you're a barbarian who needs to be disciplined. >> stephanie: russell in north carolina. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, stephanie. good
: honey bunny rohland has told me it is awful. >> john: freezing wind. how the climate can change to upset us more. >> we had 80 degrees this weekend. >> stephanie: sorry about that. >> john: i was in asheville hanging out with stephanie's mom all weekend. i was in asheville. that's why i couldn't join you on friday. >> stephanie: yes my mom -- there's too many hippies in asheville. she lives in charlotte. >> john: that's right. everywhere i went -- >> stephanie: oh, dear -- she's in the southern part, the republican part of charlotte. >> john: everywhere i went, i ran into big stephanie fans who loved our big show we did at the asheville civic center. >> stephanie: are you referring to the next one april 13th in chicago which is almost getting to the sold out point again. >> john: holy nonsecter batman! >> stephanie: john fuglesang has hung out with every beatle -- did you at one point hang out with every beatle? >> john: i was only a little kid when john died. >> stephanie: i wasn't sure. john has been a deejay since he was like 4 1/2. >> john: when vh-1 could still spell the word "music
have some cut let's really get -- what? >> going back on his promise to not change the age. >> stephanie: right, the age. >> how can trust that party? >> stephanie: yeah. literally, they're all on record as saying these are dumb, destructive. they're like this is good. let's do more! >> they'll say one thing to try to get elected during a campaign and then they'll just completely go back on those promises. >> stephanie: they're like well shooting a hostage it is like chinese food, you shoot one, you're hungry enough to shoot another one. even i didn't see this coming. >> but you should have expected it. >> stephanie: oh i should have. i shouldn't have. i'm a fart joke comedian. 19 minutes after the hour. kids i'm busy with the fart jokes. got a lot to do. places to go. business travel, appointments. >> fart jokes to tell. >> right. >> two farts walk into a bar. >> stephanie: that's why i use go to my pc by citrix. you can securely access your entire office, computer or home computer from wherever you are from any mac pc or tablet. all the fancy options. the edit, send any f
more and more at the republican party. again, yes. but the problem is nothing has changed. when president obama nominated tom perez as labor secretary, accused him of being another hugo chavez. so much for speaking out for mine or at this. the next day reince prebius talked about the opposition of same-sex marriage. so much for reading out. the republican party has shown they may need what's wrong with themselves, but they are not going to change. this is "the bill press show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] sister -- >> stephanie: well, good morning. what looks different about this studio? we're back from vacation. jacki schechner is here. how many times have we told hal put the newswoman away in the cabinet. make sure there's air holes in there and she has enough lettuce. >> i figured if i just stayed, you would keep me. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: wipe the cobwebs away. >> if i showed up, you couldn't turn me away. >> can i keep her? >> stephanie: exactly. ask your wife, jim but fine. we decided looked so good with hal last week, here we go. jacki schechner live in studio. >
schechner in the current news chair. [ laughter ] >> dear republicans if you are going to try to change the way you relate to hispanic voters, you might want to start with not using racial slurs. this is a quote, my father had a ranch we used to higher 50 or 60 wet backs to pick tomatoes. the term wet back stemming from the idea of an immigrant swimming the rio grand. he attempted to apologize-ish. earlier he discussed his compassion for immigrant workers, but tough to hear when drowned out by a slur. president obama is taking a day trip to my hometown of miami today. he is planning to tour a tunnel project and talk about the importance of investing in the country's infrastructure. and house speaker john boehner relying on hisries to warn of the dangers of national debt. he said lincoln called borrowing a problem, but he talks about the debt coming from an unwillingness to raise taxes. boehner conveniently leaves that part out. we're back after the break. billy zane stars in barabbas. coming in march to reelz. to find reelz in your area, go to reelz.com while your carp
if the investigation he ordered find that sirrian weapons have been used on his people, that would change his position on getting u.s. forces involved. president obama also reaffirming the u.s.'s commit to prevent a nuclear-armed iran. lots of news this morning, but we have got more show. stay with us after the break. billy zane stars in barabbas. coming in march to reelz. to find reelz in your area, go to reelz.com dude, i need your help fast. well, clearasil's fast. yeah, but is it this fast? faster! how about this fast? clearasil's faster! this fast?? faster!! woh! that is fast! fix breakouts fast with clearasil ultra. it starts working instantly, sending the max amount of medicine allowed deep into your pores for visibly clearer skin in as little as 12 hours. yeah, it's fast. clearasil, the science of clear skin. [clucking]. everyone wants to be the cadbury bunny. cause only he brings delicious cadbury crÈme eggs, while others may keep trying. nobunny knows easter better than cadbury! can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with ps
. but if you live anywhere else getting rid of doma doesn't really change anything for you other than you can move somewhere else and have the feds recognize your marriage but not where you live. >> stephanie: yeah. and some of this stuff. prop 8 lawyer basically concedes gay marriage will lose in the long run. i lose patience with the argument this is too much equality, too fast. >> in a way. that's for congress is to decide. the court should be sticking to the constitution. when you here people say they may not want to move too fast because look at roe v. wade. and i said the job of a supreme court jurist is to decide whether or not something is constitution, not whether or not people are ready for it be a constitutional. >> stephanie: yeah. it does beg the question if there's no standing, that argument, why did they take the case in the first place if they are not sure they should be ruling on it. >> you only need four of the justices to take a case and you need five to rule on it. so it could be the conservatives who wanted to take the case but leaving a number of
k, he revealed he changed his mind on the subject of marriage equality. in the past he always opposed same-sex marriage, but then he discovered that his son was gay and that gave him a change of heart. well, you know, i think it's nice that senator portman finally has seen the light and i app applaud him for being up front about it. but why this republicans so mean across the board on so many issues until their own family is involved in don't they realize their positions have real consequences for real people. when you repeal obamacare that means millions of people are not going to have health care for themselves and their families when you take away head start that means kids won't be the educational foundation that they need i think politicians should do the right thing all the time. that's it for today. come on back again tomorrow. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show". [♪ theme music ♪] >> hal: very exciting morning. it's hal sparks, of course. how are you? good to see you. and i'm filling in for steph and the mooks as they are referred to commo
. >> white people have kind of gotten a head start. >> caller: racism has definitely changed dramatically. >> stephanie: there are still people that call radio shows and say black people are bad tippers. >> caller: i used to deliver pizzas -- >> stephanie: so every black person is a bad tipper -- >> caller: most of them were. some of them were decent. i used to have a different feeling towards blacks than what i do now. i'm very much open-minded now. >> stephanie: clearly you are. clearly you have come a long way chad. [ applause ] >> stephanie: okay. oh i'm a little winded. >> i think we need to hook him up with road flair mary. >> i'm guessing he never delivered any kosher pizzas anywhere. >> stephanie: okay. >> i'm not racist but -- >> stephanie: but. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: can i just say i have traveled with aisha tyler for sexy liberal, and we shared a car service, and i think she gave him a bag of cash. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: what? chad! >> wow. >> get me my ice tea. >> stephanie: you know i'm opened minded now, i have been to a restaurant -- >> and i want m
rapert. >> it was changed from ist. >> stephanie: he wants to defund it. including little rock schools on sexually transmitted diseases. arkansas ranks in the top ten for the number of cases of syphilis gonorrhea and chlamydia. why educate kids on stds when you're on top right? >> chlamydia. >> way to go, arkansas on all of that chlamydia. >> chlamydia. >> driving out west toward california, this den of inequity, keep the pedal to the metal. no place to slow down and get a piece. >> stephanie: get a souvenir for me, wouldn't you. arkansas enjoy how much you're going to spend on the court challenges and how much you'll spend on all of the unwanted kids. you're number five in unwanted pregnancies. most especially, enjoy the syphilis. as an addendum, your state ranked number four for incidents of domestic violence but look here, all four of your congressional representatives and one of your senators voted against the violence against women act. you get points for consistency of stephanie. >> i would love that to be a replacement for that word. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: the button is righ
from offshore drilling. rob portman has changed his stance on same-sex marriage because his son is gay. he said his son will came out to him back in 2011 and then he realized he wanted his son to have the same opportunities as everyone else. senator portman was a potential date for romney last year. he was a sponsor of the 1996 defense of marriage act. he now says that voters in each state should have the right to approve same-sex marriage should they so choose. and mitt romney is speaking at cpac today which has plenty of allies and conservative activists wondering why. they wonder what he could possibly say that would have any impact or be of any interest. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think th
about how this changed the trajectory of your life forever. you realize how even more horrible this is than when you first hear the story, right? >> absolutely. and on that note i think that it has been really difficult watching people sympathize with these rapists, while i can understand that there's a sadness of any child any young person making a mistake so grand that they have ruined their life, but where the sympathy should be is with this poor girl. she is the one that was given the life sentence. and i feel that way as well. i have done so much in my career. i have won awards for acting i have a double platinum album, but people still remember that period. there is a stigma attached to that violence, they really put the victim on trial. >> stephanie: you talk about your birth name was nora and you were called nora horra after this happened. and you said my identity was established. >> i think so. i think rape is -- it is goble. it is absolutely goble. it is a sickness that is -- i think is everywhere. it's in our military. you think about what is goi
of changes. the catholic church badly needs somebody today who will take them in a totally new direction, and i'm not sure they found him. two members of congress john yarmuth from kentucky and scott peters from california joining us tomorrow. we'll see you then. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." ♪ [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: okay. that's not working. hello. welcome current tv land. i can't hear jacki. >> okay. >> stephanie: all right then. good morning, everybody we have a new pope. who wants to throw out the first pope joke? okay. >> ummmmm. a priest and rabbi -- >> stephanie: you are lucky he even popes for you. he is pope francis. >> and he has one lung. >> stephanie: don't cry argentina, the truth is he never left you. >> he is italian decent. >> as many in italy are. >> stephanie: in the meantime here is jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, we do have a new pope today a lot sooner than expected. the cardinals picked pope francis after just five rounds of voting. he is 76 years old and the first pope from latin america. he is
climate change people you can't just disagree with michele bachmann -- i cleaned my life up for jesusa. >> do you think he could do that in my personal life? >> hal: come over here and meet jacki schechner, you moron. so anyway lee is on a bus and can't talk to us but if you go to leecamp.net, the young man works feverishly. >> good. we like people who work. >> hal: i do this because i'm shooting -- i have a major gig and then i get two weeks off. this guy is a road warrior. but check out the moment of clarity. there's umpteen of them now. if you don't know lee, it's kind of like discovering a band where you are like i like that song crap they have 14 albums. this is awesome. it is so much better to discover a that has been around versus a new band. because when you discover somebody like king's x, you are like well, guess what pal, you pull the slot machine arm and all of these albums come out. and you are like i didn't believe it! so there is so much to get to today. it's off the chain. >> did you just say off the chain? >> hal: oh, i did. and it's in reference to som
't change your number ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. twenty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2. kathleen madigan you enjoy viking violence in >> yeah, old school all of a sudden you are standing there, and there is a spear in your head for no reason. that's the type of shows i tape. i love doomsday tapers. >> oh god. >> they say i'm at costco right now stalking up. they are married. oh, my god. i can't believe the extremes -- where is the money coming from? i so many questions? >> stephanie: only god knows the exact level of your crazy. all right. let's see diane in tennessee you are on with kathleen. hi, diane, welcome. >> caller: thank you. i just wanted to say i discovered chattoe chocolate. i just put it in a glass and walk around with mommy's chocolate milk all day. >> chocolate wine? you could have a chocolate lecure -- >> isn't there chocolate vodka. >> stephanie: yes. >> how about coffee vodka. >> they make that. >> it's espresso vodka. >> my friend gave me a bottle of birthday cake vodka. it tastes exactly like birthday ca
through their workplace now, and that's not going to change -- >> is monkeys flying out of your butt part of obamacare? >> yes. and then a company -- it is a complicated law because we're talking about the health care system and there's provisions in place to make all of this make sense. >> stephanie: right. >> so you are going to shove your workers out into the exchange, shouldn't you be required to contribute to that. >> stephanie: all right. money. on this -- because with those cheekbones everybody thinks you need a snack. >> for the record i eat. >> stephanie: i have seen it. okay. he said it dramatically increases the demand for health care. 30 million americans getting health care kind of through a medicaid-type process while it reduces the supply, that's an economic disaster. you're reducing supply increasing demand that doesn't lower the cost serve. it increases the cost curve. >> you know how he is scooter store was ripping off medicare? that's the $716 billion. that's the kind of stuff that we're getting rid of. people should be in favor of that, not against
. >> stephanie: was ordered to change into her jail uniform, and said she couldn't do it claiming she was on her -- >> oh. [ inaudible ] [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: she agreed to submit to body cavity search at which time an officer observed a wooden and metal item sticking out of her vagina. it has three live rounds and a spent shell. >> a spent shell! >> wow. >> she has the safety on in her vagina -- >> stephanie: yes. >> wow. >> stephanie: that wasn't all -- >> wait there's more! >> stephanie: and as she turned around the officer noticed more plastic baggies wedged in the crack of her ass. the bags were alleged to contain an unspecified quality of meth -- >> quantity or quality? >> stephanie: well, i don't know. wow. all right. then. >> wow. >> stephanie: let's take a second to digest that story. eric in georgia, you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hello, stephanie. you know i'm a liberal and i have a problem with -- this morning they were discussing rand paul. timothy mcveigh when he was driving that van to blow up the federal building. rand paul, y
for the conspiracier this res, it has been pounded into our head that they can change the id of any law, so how do we know that what is the new definition of combat. we're not allowed to kill any american citizen on american soil involved in combat and what if you are vacationing in london. why can't they just have in the law we're not allowed to kill american citizens without a trial. >> uh-huh. that makes sense. >> stephanie: yeah, all right. >> how do you define an enemy combatant? what is combat. >> stephanie: yeah. >> it's a nebulous definition -- >> stephanie: you can imagine this hypothetical happening and the republicans will immediately say he is weak on terror. you know. all right,ing rand paul. >> and that cousin someone has determined might be a terrorist, now he is associated with terrorism. did the country or the president get to the side he is an enemy combatant and gets no lawyer or trial -- >> exactly. >> stephanie: he said that -- he answered their questions sufficiently. his original question. >> exactly. that's what he did the filibuster. he wanted that answe
't change. anything you can alter about yourself without surgery or extrordanaire effort, like your behavior, or being over or underweight -- but if your ears are extra big and pointy that's not your fault. that's nature. but in -- in jeff session's thing he actually grooms himself to look more elvin. i'm convinced. like paul stanley of kiss has a funky ear so he grew his hair long and that's how he became a rock and roller because he was started hanging out with the long ears -- because one of mine is lower than the others -- >> and that's what everybody notices about you. >> hal: but jeff sessions himself i think he wears rouge to make himself look a little more wizard of ozzie. >> all right. let's come back around. >> hal: all right. total republican rebranding is happening in the process. you have the iraq war, and news coming out that is clear that we entered iraq on false pretenses, the entire thing was ginned up from every possible direction from colin powell's speech in front of the un which was total crap at the time, and it was also that he was was
that they want to make changes. >> stephanie: a lot of people are calling in that are emotional about this and they should be. we can't say it enough. it is repetitive but the fact that they're not entitlements. we're entitled to them because we paid into them, it is -- it's been our bargain or our deal with the government for how many many years right? >> caller: exactly. you know, i'm getting sick of these millionaire lawmakers who have no idea what we have to go through on a daily basis, the pain that we suffer just -- trying to make it from day to day where you know, they're comfortable. they have these insane health benefits and they're going to want to take what little we have. that's just not fair to us. >> stephanie: i hear you honey. hang in there. the president talking about the budget. >> obama: my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. my goal is how do we grow the economy, put people back to work and if we do that, we'll be bringing in more revenue if we've controlled spending and we've got a smart entitlement package, then potentially what y
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